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Nirvana By John WR Emmett
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It is a state where there is neither earth nor water, light nor air; neither infinity or space; it is not infinity of reason nor is it an absolute void ... it is neither this world or another world;... More > it is both sun and moon. - Buddha< Less
Vegan Nirvana By Nirvana Saboorian
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Vegan Nirvana is a cookbook filled with many natural and wholesome recipes that are easy to make and delicious.
South of Nirvana By Sue Randall
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After being involved in a car accident, Andy quits her job and moves to a rural retreat centre. "South of Nirvana" chronicles her day-to-day life as she encounters Buddhist teachings, wacky... More > characters, and the more difficult side of being Andy. She also discovers that there are many not-so-enlightened gurus around, while the true teachers may remain hidden in the background. Lighthearted, irreverent, serious and scholarly, this novel from Africa is an entertaining exposé of retreat-centre life. It highlights the need to balance spiritual ideals and material reality, and will appeal to readers interested in Buddhism, Eastern philosophy, the New Age, or South Africa. Sue Randall (MA research psychology) has lived at a Buddhist retreat centre for 4 years. The text was reviewed by 3 Dharma teachers from different traditions (FWBO, Mahayana, Shambala). Reviews, excerpts, other points of sale at http://shalvapub.com/authors/sue_randall/. (452 pages)< Less
The Way to Nirvana By Louis Étienne Joseph Marie Levieux de La Vallée-Poussin
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This is an academic monograph on Nirvana by a Belgian scholar who specialised in studies of Buddhism and the Indian subcontinent. Poussin contrasts the Hindu and Buddhist views on the cycle of... More > rebirth, and makes a case for original Buddhist concepts of reincarnation as being subtly different than the Hindu, where the soul remains essentially intact across incarnations. He compares the Buddhist view of rebirth to a forest fire (the soul) jumping a river (death), creating an entirely new fire on the other side of the river. He demonstrates the intersection of this topic with Buddhist cosmology, logic, philosophy and ethics. Poussin concludes by reviewing Buddhist techniques for approaching Nirvana. This volume contains the substance of the Hibbert Lectures, which were delivered by La Vallée Poussin at Manchester College, Oxford.< Less
Project Nirvana By Pyotr Patrushev
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A kidnapped Indian guru becoming a chess wizard, sexy Russian spy Anna seducing American security expert Richard Snowden, state-controlled drugs enhancing productivity when used with meditation...... More > this and much more provide a practical recipe for reaching world peace while simultaneously ending the futile war on drugs...Project Nirvana is a satire with cleverly concealed thought memes that will guide social and drug reform world-wide for years to come...< Less
Empty as Nirvana By Zayra Yves
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Zayra Yves is a modern-day mystic whose writings are evocative, innovative, and empathetic. She is a passion-filled force embracing both her human desires as well as the divine essence. Empty as... More > Nirvana has been compiled from both new material and previously published poems that have been included in magazines, journals, audio recordings, radio broadcasts, and other print publications. These poems reveal the human suffering that cries from the abyss, the erotic body of light, the undeniable presence of the muse, the great hope for a more expansive state of compassion, and the rapture of total abandonment to love.< Less
Empty as Nirvana By Zayra Yves
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Zayra Yves is a modern-day mystic whose writings are evocative, innovative, and empathetic. She is a passion-filled force embracing both her human desires as well as the divine essence. Empty as... More > Nirvana has been compiled from both new material and previously published poems that have been included in magazines, journals, audio recordings, radio broadcasts, and other print publications. These poems reveal the human suffering that cries from the abyss, the erotic body of light, the undeniable presence of the muse, the great hope for a more expansive state of compassion, and the rapture of total abandonment to love.< Less
Looking for Nirvana By Dorothy Packer-Fletcher
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Coming of age has never been so zany or raunchy. Twenty-something Gloria Zadig, the only daughter of an old-world eccentric father, is trying to become a woman in the turn-of-the-century New York. ... More > Abie, her father, has other ideas. He wants her to marry and have his grandchildren. Gloria adores her father, but, really, this is going too far. She flees home to live with two very modern girlfriends, who teach her more than she ever wanted to know about metrosexual life in the Big Apple. Dorothy Packer-Fletcher is the Jane Austen of the new millennium. In Looking for Nirvana, she explores contemporary social intercourse in ways that would make dear, old Jane blush. Deeply. Warning, read at your own risk: sexual situations and skewed perspectives. Be prepared to laugh your heart out.< Less
Looking for Nirvana By Dorothy Packer-Fletcher
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Coming of age has never been so zany or raunchy. Twenty-something Gloria Zadig, the only daughter of an old-world eccentric father, is trying to become a woman in the turn-of-the-century New York. ... More > Abie, her father, has other ideas. He wants her to marry and have his grandchildren. Gloria adores her father, but, really, this is going too far. She flees home to live with two very modern girlfriends, who teach her more than she ever wanted to know about metrosexual life in the Big Apple. Dorothy Packer-Fletcher is the Jane Austen of the new millennium. In Looking for Nirvana, she explores contemporary social intercourse in ways that would make dear, old Jane blush. Deeply. Warning, read at your own risk: sexual situations and skewed perspectives. Be prepared to laugh your heart out.< Less
Urbana Nirvana By Michael Ollie Clayton
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Graphic, detailed poems why a human being gives up on the big city, the rat race for small-town living. Sometime you gotta downsize the BS in your life lest you get shoveled under and lead a stank... More > life!< Less